Baskets and cradleboards were made from the stems of the threeleaf sumac, but its tart berries bring back Paiute people’s best memories. Also called lemonadeberry, the small fruits were pounded into a pulp, then squeezed. Mixed with water, the result was a refreshing, strong-flavored, red lemonade-like drink.
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Pipe Spring National Monument has a new video! This video talks about the history and culture of the people who have utilized Pipe Spring: The Ancestral Puebloans, Kaibab Paiute, and the Mormon Pioneers. More...